Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy, is Queen Elizabeth II’s cousin. When she was born, she was sixth in line to the throne. She’s been most known for her charity programs and engagements in support of the Queen, traveling throughout the U.K. and overseas. Any royal babe carrying the same name would surely follow in this princess’ footsteps as a philanthropist.
Ranked No. 120 in 2017 on the U.S. baby name list, this name is still going strong, even though it descended from its No. 36 ranking in 2000. In England, it got knocked off the top 100 list in 2010, but could easily make a comeback. Other popular versions of the name include Alexandria, Alejandra or simply Alex.
Fun fact: This is also one of the Queen’s middle names. Her full name after all is Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Mountbatten-Windsor.